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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APR II: 5, 1901 NOW ALL THE ROADS Here's a Story That Beats All the Others. A MAMMOTH COMBINATION DREAM Story Ha* Morgan, Hill and Other! CunNuliilniliiii All the Railroads in the United States. Reports from New York again announce a great American railroad combine to include all of the roads in the United States, it is said a company will be formed under New Jersey laws for the purpose of conducting a general freight and transportation business, its main ob ject, according to those from whom the story comes, being to prevent rate-cut ting. The Morgan, Vanderbilt, Hill, Har riman. Rockefeller, Gould interests are said to be at the bottom of the move. Quite incidentally it may be remarked that papers are being prepared for a New Jersey company which Mill hold stocks In the Erie, Burlington, Northern Pacific and Great Northern. It is said these papers will provide for a combina tion of the following stocks: Krie common, $112,357,400; Erie preferred, Soi>; Chicago, B...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

1 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. 8. MoLAIN, $ -; MANAGE* EDITOR. • THE JOURNAL!* published •very evening;, except Sunday, at 47-48 Fourth Street South, Journal Building:, Minneapolis, Minn. , ' ; C. j. unison, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department •? NEW YORK OFFICE—BB, 87, 88 Tribune building. j CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, - 808 Stock Ex • change building. „ "u\'\ ,\ ,' SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to Tbe Journal Printing; Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month f0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year 4.00 , Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents On© copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses ot their papers changed must always give thsir former as veil as present address. i.* ( • •_- .-. • CONTINUED v ; All papers. are continued Until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid.,.., ,'->• \j-; COMPLAI...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1901. Ribbons Visit The Tea Room f% nAlßklf|A AAI IA I 8 | j T~^ ~] 8000 yards pure silk fancy stripes Ribbons < everything In the west where you will find < iM [**-]£•-! I ! Wglla HHH IH HI »i 'I"• *Hi EH&6I l3r ? 3000 yards Lace Edgings, In Valen-C I UFIGIIIdI OHZEStF ( all new d^slrßl.le colors wide Ribbons, ? everything to attractive and beautiful and < 1.1 I J ivTi ti |1 I 111111 ti' I'l lH""^k'l'l 1~% B« 1 ~^~ < dennes and Point de Paris, froial^O ) UJ. ivJllfSl QuliVLul < goods, well worth Me. Special IRa charged for at prices most reasquable. < i» fl B In «! II H W Sto 8 in. wide worth up ■■ > Third Floor Specials <»!>. per yard ■«F v Take Elevators to Fourth Floor. ? BHt Ibl II Wl9 H 9HhK I^M&I Whaflf HLm II » Ili*W <to 35c yard Special ■ ■"% tf* < Exhibit of Turkish Rugsaud Orien- J < i~'s^^^^~^^^^^~>r >-;»^^v^^^v^^O L^wvwws^^l^^^^^ mmm . HIUJIII .. HW Or HH ,HP '' Bl « < Saturday only, yard... ■...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

£ CITY NEWS Mail Service Extension—On Monday an order extending the postal servic* on the Hastings & Dakota division of the Milwau kee will take effect. The mail car on trains No. 1 and 4 will run through from Aberdeen, S. D., Instead of being set out at Milbank. The distance between the two towns Is about 100 miles. This gives through mail service on both day and night trains from Minne apolis. Cheese Fines Are Paid—in the mu nicipal court yesterday Judge Holt fined E. P. Stacy & Sons and Grinnell, Collins & Kneen $25' apiece for a violation of the state food and dairy laws In that they had on sale a brand of cheese of the skimmed milk va riety purporting to be full "cream" cheese. The cheese was sent to the local firms from a Chicago commission house. The fines were also borne by the latter firm. A majority of the cheese will be sold by the state at public auotion. "DIVVY" DOESN'T GO Police Relief Association Pulled Up Short by Judge Brooks. CAN'T DIVIDE UP THE ASSETS ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1901. VERXA Fresh Vegetables and Fresh Ripe Fruits are re ceived by every express. Our prices are always right. Asparagus, Green Peas, Cauliflower, Radishes, Spinach,Cucumbers.youngf Carrots, young Beets, ripe Tomatoes, Pieplant, Cel ery, Parsley, Water Cress, Onions, Turnips. Delicious ripe Strawberries Ripe Bananas, Ripe Pineapples. Rich Java and Mocha Coffees. Fresh Roasted. Hoffman House Coffee, lb 30c Robal Coffee, lb 22c Golden Rio and Santos, lb 15c Teas Japan from 85c up. Ceylon, India, Oolong, English Break fast, Hyson, Gun Powder, Lipton's Light of Asia, Monsoon, Star of India. Mlnarda Tea, worth a dollar, for lb.. 60c AUerinc Tea, worth a dollar, 1b.... 60c Oranges On« car load of sweet Navel Califor nia Oranges, all sizes, box... $2.25 From 10c doz up. Fancy Liemons, doz , 10c Soda Crackers per 1b... 5c Butter Swtet Dairy Butter, in jars, 16c, 18c, 20c lb. Good Creamery Butter from 20c lb And up. Full Cream Cheese, 10c lb. Eggs Eggs Special lot o...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

8 SHUT OUT ENGLAND Trade Alliance Between Germany and the United States. MORGAN'S REPORTED PROJECT Leader In German Industry Says the Americana Try to Hog • the Market. : (0m w York Sun Spmolml Sorvlca London, April 6.—The Berlin corre ■ eppondent of the Standard says he asked one of the most prominent leaders of Ger man industry whether he knew anything about J.Pierpont Morgan coming to Ger many to effect an alliance for regulating the sale and prices of industrial products in Germany and the United States to the exclusion of all other countries,, especially "England. The gentleman answered that he first heard of such a scheme two months ago, and he was awaking Mr. Morgan* arri val with keen interest. There were al ready several similar industrial alliances, including one between Germans and Americans, but he had nothing to say against the Morgan plan, except that he was opposed to the exclusion of England. At present the relations between Ger many and England were satisfactory in ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

FKTOAT EVEIHFG. AFBIE 5, IWL ■'^V^-^^^r^^^^^^ „-*•** • —•*»*• '' '"' -"'' The Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet and Sixth, Minneapolis. * PN^ )^^Jw_AX X/ ■^^^^Slß^S^^^^^^iSC V*% ->i ' Correct and Fashionable Dress from Head to Foot : fW^sfcip^^!^^^vl fl IT A QTIT R f\l TTITITC^ / 'F^rnXs^i^/^^fM^^^ iV X £&&*£? /'i 3 • \ It: iS an °ld saying that you "must wear something new on Easter Sunday—no matter what, only it must be new. "V WO7 \\%4 iy \ \f^ %^fi%' ' " J°m the VaSt general thron S which now moves irresistibly towards The Plymouth and feast your eyes on the best and Xmumf^f \ V^J lr> i JMC*^ ;1 £ o^l. f %'v ' n greatest exhibition of Men's, BoysVLadies' and Children's Modern Spring and Easter Clothing ever shown in this city. T^ yJ&^tiffrTEk ** #?M '/ JLh^L. * i/■ '1 \ : ' ; er. a^out a^ the best specialist manufacturers of the country now place their goods exclusively with The Plymouth, ilw^Lji T^-k t: 'tf^lr^B^U i' V \ thus adding VaSt to the conveniences of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

10 ■ 'if iff i? t&[ JIB^ t8 3t^^i VJlt^enT\Hy fl Til i I MC^NI fir 7j)£ j ?8i FINEST LAWN GRASS SEED SWEET PEAS ♦ NASTURTIUMS «? B *^o«d. Flower .. Seeds Oo to < Miss C. H. Lippincott 319 6th St. S. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Lawn Grass Seed g^J^ 1 Sweet Peas »<««.....„.. .......20c Best Mixed, oz, 1O«| %lb., 2Sci Oft*» 2qnart« .* ..........35c lib. ........... v ......... ...."WC lpeck.... M ... M ;..,....., ..80c *% Fine Mixed, oz, Bet Kilt, 20c| (LBL lbosbel $3.00 in>- • 7 "" •.•*»•"" -% Good Mixed, oz..©C|^lb..lSci^CJj _ • <% lib „.."»»' White Clover | Nasturtlums Excelsior Lawn Dressing ** D^b.f! Mx! d:°; 12cf. i . i .40c Plant Food and \ ; :^!f!^..."Z'l'^loc Japanese Palm Fooo \& MGiba^.?.^!?! >!f.!:?. 2;:..40c I wits.* MISS H. B.WHITTED, Florist NicoS^Ave || ■.-.:•'■., -v lv., MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. ; • .'■ '* , ': ;■ *s. QIFTS FOR EASTER ' "v' '■' : JgL ■ ■■■■ ' WEDDINGS ' v^S f^^^kk A beautiful line of Gorham Sterling ' v^^^^^^^^^^w. Silverware and an almost endl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1901. "=\# B""^ /*^ V^k^^- I KNOBLAUCH \ Three $Q JS Fifty ) \ Have No Equal*. / >, 23 and 25 So. Washington, S 239 Nicollet. J^© NASTURTIUMS .^rfJfc^jflrtflStefeh. Dwarf, Tall and Madame jjt^k ffl^. Qunther. JK Silk Fresh, seed, sure to bloom. K."~]^^- ---^! JnS <Mfa& ffil Unsurpassed for size, col- Bla.- X^J P*^ orlng and vitality. Hr Mixed or any Color. ~ Ea'^^ Ounce 1 Oc Quarter pound 30c Lawn Grass Seed—The BEST. We have only one grade. : ■ One pound, equals 1% quarts, will sow 400 square feet 250 Five pounds..*. sl.oo | Ten p0und5....51.85 Twenty pounds $3.25 Fresh Cut Flowers for Funerals, Weddings, and all other purposes— Always on Hand. . MENDENHALL, Florist. 37 Sixth Street South. BET YOUR SHARE OF JEWELRY BARGAINS AT OUR AUCTION TOMORROW, 2:30 AND 7:30 P. M. EVERYTHING GOING! S 8- CUT GLASS, SILVERWARE AND NOVELTIES.!... R. M. HARDING, AUCTIONEER. SEATS FOR LADIES. FRANK C. WORRELL, 626 Nicollet Retiring From II Years in Jewslry Business...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

12 Bcauinm Easier Shoes? Knoblauch's Arcade . 239 Nicollet 1 and 23 and 25 South Washington Aye. Ladies' patent leather lace, IBs Men's patent kid, lace, new welt soles, Gopher line, the CW Gopher last, (£O Kill newestlasts, $3-50 % \ pair -——ip-"° ■ — **6 Men's French enamel lace, Ladies' patent kid lace, welt r new Gopher g|f| K|| soles, new <fcO Eft £. last > pair .... VU-UW Gopher last.. 9«IbOU : : <« Men's box calf Bluchers, new Ladies' patent vici kid Ox- «> fords, welt soles, wmgm „, ' t -■„ .. -, .... . „ : „••. newest shapes, {95*21 All © ± for. %jP&m%M%& .BT MenVvelour calf, ..lace,., new •■• , '- • © Gopher mod- &Q KA "~i * e15:......... fUiOU Ladies' vici kid lace, mat kid £o '■:" tops, turn iDtIiUU €D Men's patent calf lace, Lon-° c*-.i Q c C Men s patent calf lace, Lon / » don last, per ffida R|B ' ' ? ~~T ~I A|" pair,.... H>£mm%M\M I Ladies* vici kid lace, patent ~__ : tips on Pirn. ftO.RO » Men's- vici kid, lace, new cess Ida toe-9^-01f • E...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

IPRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1901. For Men Only. IDEAL SHOES We have confidence enough in our $hoes to believe that if the wearers of other Shoes could be made to be lieve what a superior article the "IDEAL SHOE" really is at $3.50 we could not supply ihe demand. STANLEY'S 412 NICOLLET AY. lorWestermline tiiJlC. ST. P.M.aO.RYtt=^^=J Ticket office. 413 Xlcollet Ay.. Phone. l'»> .Main tEx. sun. Others daily. Leave I Arrive Badger State Express— ; 7:60 10:45 Chi'go, Milw'kee.Madlson ) • ant i>m Chicago—Express.. 10:40 pmtll:ss am Chicago— Fast -Mail..-. G:25 pin 9:00 am North-Western Limited- ( 7:30 ' 8:15 Ctil'go, Mlhv'kee,.Madison > i»ui am Wausau,F.duLac,Ureenl>ay 6:23 pm 9:00 am Duluth. Superior. Ashland.. !tS:lO am +5:20 pm Twilight Limited ( | 4:00 10:30 Dulatn. Superior.Ashland > |>m pm SuCity. Omaha, Dead woo J. +7:10 am S:00 am Elinore. Algona, DesMoines +7:10 am t8:06 pm St. James. New Ulm, Tracy 9:30 am S:OS pin Omaha Express— . / 9:30 8:05 Su. City. Omaha, Ka...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

■ 14 A SUFFERING WIFE Saved by the Suggestion of a Thoughtful Husband. A man can rarely enter into a woman's sufferings when they are caused by dis eases peculiarly feminine. Even when the character of the suffering is graph ically described the man cannot appre ciate the force of terms for which he has no equivalent in his experience. All he can do is to sympathize and suggest. But when a woman hears the story of a woman's suffering every word has its Just weieht with her. Even more, she V between the lines of the story and understands the unspeakable anguish and dread begotten of extreme nervous ness and weakness. No woman can read the sorrowful story of suffering told be low by Mrs. McAdoo, without heartfelt sympathy with her condition and heart felt gratitude for her cure. " It is wifh pleasure that I add my tes timony to that of others, hoping it may induce others to avail themselves of the benefit of your invaluable medicines," writes Mrs. R. G. McAdoo, of Whiting, Mississippi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

_JFRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 5; 1901. I|§| Columbia m% Bicycles ; jPlpi I" Columbia Chainless '■ BT^^Hil 1900 models,.:-.'.v.-.:.-;... $60 |i^v^^| 1901 Models ::.......$75 . Will vS^jPW Columbia Chain • :> -"" 1900 Models .'.... $40 .... x^Jyy^^ x . : 1901 Models ......;.:. $50 : Hartfords... $30 and $35 I Videttes. $25 Juvenile Bicycles $20, $23 and $25. I::. Some good bargains in slightly used Bicycles at ...... $8, $10, $12, $15 and $20 Gomel! Bros. = FIRST AY. and FIFTH ST. a '} = —1—..-.--. :: —'. —re 91,000.00 FREE TO ANYONE IF Frederick Roach cannot prove by actual count that there are Two Rambler Bicyles In Minneapolis to ONE of any other make. ' Did you ever hear of anyone who has tdden a "Rambler," say "he was not satisfied?" Anyone ho has not ridden a "Rambler" is not in a position to tell how Kood ley are. Rambler bicycles have stood the test for over twenty-two years. Frederick Roach has been "selling" and repairing bicycles at 519 Hennepin ave ue, opposite "West Hotel fo...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

.•^'■^ExS'""-. ■ W.L.DOUGLAS • '-'-' HBB JBSi jhß Bhl WBtB W BUB BHjSb Bh * -• $ mSbE^A ■ ttii «H %. '3.ig SHOE BBSE : My $3.50 shoes, placed side by side withhigh priced shoes, are found to be just as good; and it is impossible to see any difference. " I make and sell more men's fine shoes, Goodyear Welt (Hand-Sewed Process)than ■? any other manufacturer in the world. I will pay • $1,000 to any one who can prove that my statement is not true. , ~ (Signed) W. L. DOUGLAS. ,., . Fast Color •/*"""'??*sw THE BEST /&*? Wk ■ anf . "8 -J^^mi^^"^^ Ffl.st Color V^ik ' -rf r«^S-^ ■ ■«■ ' & tm^L ■ ff^^B»f^fffff|^f|f^Bffji; tTttiTtt^ •xclußively^^^^|L FOR MEN, ■ JyP/ M Jffl^^^PwS^^ml^^^^ leathers used p^HSf IWlifMiliß^^BH :inanufactiirer<s»and' also' ' \\ki£'\ m 1 I 'f ilfm iPilif^^ enabled me to place my SIICSS sent PK^Sll^ 'mSW^ class shoe for $3.50. I have anywhere mW $ wMmi convinced them that the style, for $3 75 ftp fflnPl ISf fit and wear of my 360 shoes ! ill Ih IIP/ is equal...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1901. NICKELpLAK ; 307 Nicollet Avenue. EASTER BOOTS Get a pair of Laird, Scho ber & Go.'a-finest made. The "Brighton" —an exceedingly ! graceful and elegant style with new < patent tips, hand sewed, turn or welt , soles, new Cuban heels, the dainti- < est of Dress Boots. ] $5.00 \ Put Laird Schober Shoes on your < babies and they will always have ] pretty feet. . 1 LEHIGH'S SENSATION Supposed Murdered Man Ileturns in the Flesh. Special to Tl<e Journal. Fort Dodge, lowa, April 5.—A sensa tion which has been agitating the little town of Lehigh for the past three weeks, has been quieted by the appearance of the man whom popular report had pro nounced murdered by the destroyer of his home and happiness. The man who dis appeared is Henry Covey," and his sup posed murderer was James Paul. It was well known that Paul had been unduly intimate with Covey's wife, and on one occasion the husband had thrown the intruder out of doors. When Covey suddenly...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

18 EASTER MUSIC. PRESBYTERIAN Westniiuaiter. The order of service in Westminster church Sunday morning will be as follows: Organ, prelude in G minor, Bach, 11. S. Woodruff. Anthem, "O Ix>rd, Thou Art Great," Coombs, choir. Barytone solo and chorus, "Behold Ye Despisers," Parker, Mr. Fisher aud choir. Soprano solo and male quartet, "Jubilate Amen," Gelbkc, Miss Williams and Messrs. George, Shibley, Fisher and Carpenter. Contralto eolo, "Angels Roll the Rock Away," Hawley, Mrs. .Porteous. Offertory, violin solo, Andante Op. 2C, Franz Ries, Carl Riedelsberger. Anthem, "Shout Ye High Heavens," Chad wick, choir. Organ postlude, "Triumphal March," Lem mens. EVENING. Organ, Prelude in B flat, Rbeinberger, H. S. Woodruff. Anthem, "Ye Sons and Daughters of the King," Burdette, choir. Anthem, "At the Rising of the Sun," Coombs, choir. Mixed -quartet, "I Have Longed for the Salvation,"- Rossini. Offertory, piano and organ, Kamenoi Ost row, Miss Mattie Bartholomew and Mr. Wood-, ruts. Easter...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 5. 1901. WANT ADS ON PAGES 19, 20. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS . Isabell Hanson and husband to Lena Olson, lots 1 to 7. and 16 to 30, block 10, Englewood addition ....:........ $800 Jennie yL.; Ward and' husband to James S. Nolan, lots 3 and 4, block 24, Fair mom: t Park addition- ..;...'.. 1,590 Charles H. Ingram to William Widen, ! .north half lot 3, block 8, Merriam & Shaw's addition ..........:........... 300 John N. Lane to Mrs. Christina Shu-1 .. Bert, part lots 3 and 4, block 16, Cobb's addition .600 August Olson and wife to Gustava Pe terson, part lot 13, block 6, Excel sior addition /.. 500 Edmund ,G. Walton and wife to Sum- N uer McKnight, part lot : 14," block "' 91, town of Minneapolis"*.. 3,300 Leslie C. Lane and wife to John K. : . Lane, part lots 8 and 4, block 16, « Cpbb's • addition .. 550 • Mary A. Kane and- husband to Mar garet E. Archer, lot &> block 1, Coch- . : ran's -addition ...-. ".....■./....■....'....;■ 1,000 Joseph G. Smetana an...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

20 WANT ADS ON PAGES 19, 20. NUMBER 51—Continued. ' GROCERYMAN, 15 YEARS' ~ EXPERIENCE In Minneapolis, desires position with whole , sale house as city salesman; has horse and , nig; can furnish first-class references. 13 939, Journal. • CO FEMALE x WANTED BY AN EXPERIENCED NURSE, the care of an Invalid; one who has to travel a part of the time preferred. Address V 930, Journal. 53 §™?y£?L~~~~~~ THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO. has unequaled facilities for moving and stor ing household goods; packing for storage and shipment by experienced men. Office, 46. South Sd ■ st. Telephone. Main 656. both exchanges. 54 STOVE REPAIRS^ GREAT WESTERN : STOVE REPAIR CO., ! 812 Hennepin ay. ■ Telephone, Main 161. ; . V. S. STOVE REPAIR CO., 246 4TH AY S, Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3. 5g WANTED MISCELLANEOUS CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods. . Don't sell before getting estimate from the Town Market, 25-27 sth at S. Tel. 1993. WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay cash for old gold or ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTJRNALE! PRICE TWO CENTS. ALMOST AN ULTIMATUM Japan Will Send a Firm Note to Russia. PREPARATIONSFORWAR Russia, It Is Said, Will Withdraw Manchuria Treaty. INTENDED TO SATISFY JAPAN la Reality Russia Given In Nothing— Treaty Within the Scope, of the Concert. Yokohama, April 6—The Japanese gov ernment is maintaining great secrecy re garding its policy, but it Is said on good authority that the cabinet at a meeting Friday resolved to communicate with Rus sia in firm terms respecting Manchuria. There is extraordinary activity in naval and military circles. London, April 6. —A dispatch to the Daily Mail from Yokohama says that Russia's reply to the Japanese note aneni the secret Manchurian treaty is regard ed as unsatisfactory. The government decided, after a conference with the heads of the army, navy, financial and foreign departments, to address a second and more peremptory remonstrance and demand for a reply in a stated period. This note, which has been forwarded t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

•2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE MUSTN'T CHEW GUM Farcical Amendment to the Anti- Cigarette Bill BEFORE IT WAS QUITE KILLED Senate DirectM tUe Attorney General to ttulet Title in the Biermau Grant Diuyute. The senate trifled with the new Halvor eou anti-cigarette bill this morning and finally shelved It altogether. Senator Ives of St. Paul moved that the bill in clude •'chewing gum" aud made an impas sioned speech- for his amendment. It was very funny. Earnest pleas on behalf of the parents to save their boys from the cigarette habit were made by Senators Halvorscn and Thompson. But the amendment to include chewing Runi was approved. Later a motion to postpone indefinitely was carried lit to 20. Senators L'nderleak, Ives, Batz. Gause v itz. Dv Toit, Daly. Roverud, Sheehan, ("oiler, E. E. Smith. Everett, were among those votine for indefinite postponement. Just before adjournment for luncheon. Senator Hal"vorson moved that the bill be excepted from the report of the com mittee of the whole a...

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